What is your position with MyCase?
How did you end up working for MyCase?
I have worked in marketing in so many different industries (action sports, spa) and have always been able to translate my marketing skills to very different companies. I heard about the marketing position at MyCase through a friend’s LinkedIn post and thought it sounded perfect!
What does your job entail?
Spreading the word about MyCase! I wear many hats; I work with bar associations, I organize conferences, trade shows and meet-ups, and coordinate monthly webinars.
What is the most difficult part of your job?
There are a lot of opportunities for advertising, sponsorships and promotions in the legal space. The challenge is to figure out which holds the most value to our customers, potential customers and to MyCase.
What’s the best part of your job?
I’ve never before worked with such intelligent people! I have something to learn from everyone, and I do everyday!
Where are you originally from and how did you end up in Santa Barbara?
I’m originally an east coaster; from Connecticut. I left the east coast to attend UC Santa Barbara. I actually left Santa Barbara after graduating, and moved to Santa Cruz, San Francisco, and San Clemente but found my way back a few years ago.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
My husband and I love to surf and bring our dog to the beach; we try do that every chance we have. We enjoy traveling too and have been on surf trips to Costa Rica, El Salvador, Hawaii, Mexico, Panama and Fiji. Next stop….Galapagos!
Do you have any unusual hobbies?
I dont think it’s unusual, or a hobby for that matter, but I volunteer for the local animal shelter-walking the dogs on weekends and taking them on monthly beach walk outings.
Tell me about your family/pets, etc.?
My husband Ryan and I met in Costa Rica. He is from Calgary, Alberta so he was far from home! Our dog Zoe is a boxer/doberman mix, which is quite an unusual mix, she looks like a skinny Rhodesian Ridgeback.
Do you have a favorite saying or quote and if so, what is it and why?
“Be Yourself. Everyone else is taken.” – Oscar Wilde. So silly and simple but so true!